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2017 winter commencement
Who's the leading the procession at commencement? The ceremony's grand marshal carries the mace as our symbolic protector.
The emerging tradition of DIY decorated mortarboards offers professor insight into current day culture.
Commencement speaker Myles Lum found his niche at UNLV in spreading the word to new and prospective students.
Five UNLV graduates will be recognized by President Len Jessup during winter commencement for their combination of academic excellence and service to the community.
Commencement speaker Izack Tenorio found his niche in working on public initiatives. Now he sees them as a key tool in helping to ease divisions in the country.
More than 2,000 students from 31 states and 42 foreign countries are eligible to participate in 4 p.m. ceremony.
When commencement calls for full regalia, our president takes the stage in style. Here's how our presidential bling came to be.
UNLV alumna blings out a commemorative graduation cap for the cover of UNLV Magazine.
Dig deep into UNLV history to see how the moment every student is waiting for has evolved throughout the years, from the first class of 1964 to our most recent grads.
The processional marshal at commencement will be wielding the mace — a 12-pound symbolic weapon for defending the university and its people. Read more about the history of the mace's unique design.